ROBOCOP REVIEW

RoboCop review

RoboCop review

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Robocop might not be subtle, but Paul Verhoeven’s parody is. Therefore, everything should be made so obvious that it matches the film's tone. It is clear that everything is meant to criticize the growing inequality between the rich and the poor, as well as the rise of industrialism in the country. While it might seem absurd at first, Paul Verhoeven's social comment is relevant today because of the state of the economy and the desire to reach the unsuspecting public. If you examine smaller sections of this dystopian universe, such as the news reports, the clear goals for the businessmen, or vulgar advertising, (more info) it all makes perfect logical sense about the destructive nature society's demand to "advance."

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